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Eclipse: the PHP Editor that Cleans Up Shop

Posted on 05 July 2004 by Demian Turner

from a recent post by  AJ Tarachanowicz

I know Eclipse IDE [1] detects and allows you to set file encoding along with an HTML Tidy ability, CVS Clients, SSH Client, DB Client, Visual Diff (CVS vs Current History, Local History, Another Project, Different CVS), and the standard IDE feature.

With the release of Eclipse 3.0 it has definitely come a long way from 2.x. There are also serveral plugins avaliable for CSS, (X)HTML, php[2], phpDocumentor [3] struts, perl, an abundant amount of java plugins, UML, and much much more [4][5]. It’s open source and it receives major support from major industry leaders such as IBM, Borlan, QNX Software Systems, Red Hat, SuSe, and Oracle just to name a few [6].

[1] – Eclipse IDE
[2] – PhpEclipse
[3] – TruStudio IDE
[4] – Eclipse Tools
[5] – Eclipse Plugins
[6] – History of Eclipse

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. martin Says:

    TruStudio really rocks. The most of my friends developing PHP projects are now switching to this IDE, some of them even wear shirts with TruStudio logotype…
    It may seem rather strange with regard to this IDE is not even yet released, but it is really worth using.

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